15-year-old boy killed last week remembered at Saturday service

SASKATOON — A funeral service was held today for a 15-year-old Holy Cross high school student, who was the victim of Saskatoon’s 15th homicide

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Two-vehicle crash leaves driver with serious injuries

KITCHENER  – Waterloo Regional Police are investigating after a crash in Cambridge left a person with serious injuries. Officers were called to Townline Road

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Mount St. Louis Moonstone invests millions for ski season

As the ski and snowboard season nears, construction crews are hard at work at Mount St. Louis Moonstone to install $7 million worth of

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MLA to remain in caucus after nude photo shown to assistant

The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, September 18, 2019 9:08PM CST Last Updated Wednesday, September 18, 2019 9:11PM CST A Manitoba member of the legislature

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‘Harder to prove that you’re alive;’ Simcoe man fighting to show he’s not dead

A Simcoe, Ont. man who several government agencies seem to believe is dead, is actually very much alive. And while he understands why some

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Set the Stage for a Memorable Family Reunion – Travel

NewsUSA@NewsUSA.com (NewsUSA) (NewsUSA) – Technology makes it easier than ever for families to stay in touch. Video chats, photo sharing, and instant messaging all

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Woman charged after one-year-old baby found alone in hot car in Richmond, Ont.

RICHMOND HILL, Ont. – A woman has been charged after police say she left her one-year-old child alone in a hot car at a

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New York City FC scores early, holds on to beat Montreal Impact 2-0

Another early deficit was too much for the Montreal Impact to overcome. New York City FC capitalized shortly after kickoff en route to a

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Suspected police impersonators with heavy accents sought in High River

Police in High River are asking for help from the public as they attempt to identify two men with heavy accents who allegedly stopped

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Students to walk out Friday morning over change to policies about GSAs

Students across the province are planning to walk out of school Friday morning over the UCP government’s stance on gay-straight alliances. The Alberta-wide movement

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